Send Youth Support Worker

Send Youth Support Worker
Company:

Empowering Learning


Send Youth Support Worker

Details of the offer

SEND Youth Support Worker - Alternative Education - All London boroughs covered
- Full-time
- Competitive daily pay depending on experience

Empowering Learning is seeking dedicated Youth Support Workers to work in SEND educational settings across East London. Our schools are looking for Youth Support Workers that have experience in coaching, mentoring, and lending assistance in classroom settings. Ideal candidates must feel comfortable dealing with challenging behaviour from students with a range of additional SEND and be able to show a calm and engaging approach. Experience of working with children or adults in an education setting isn't essential, but a willingness to learn new coaching skills to improve behaviour and development is critical.

Job Responsibilities

- Supporting SEND students at all age ranges and attainment levels
* Ability to engage and support pupils across activities and learning
* Supporting in both group work and 1:1 support
- Supervising, coaching and mentoring behaviour of pupils

Benefits to you

- Working in a unique learning environment
* Opportunity to have a positive effect on a young individual's life
* Highly competitive rates of pay, depending on experience
- Additional training offered to better enhance classroom performance
* Fast clearance process, most of which can be accessed online
* Dedicated consultant

Job Requirements

- Experience of supporting children or young adults with challenging behaviour and SEND
* Able to stay calm and de-escalate challenging Behaviour
* Valid DBS registered with the online update service or be willing to apply for a new one
* Available 5-days a week and able to commit to at least 1-6 months

If you would like more information or would like to apply for this role, please submit your CV today or contact Ryan S-Barrow on or via email

- Autism
- Dyslexia
- PE
- ADHD
- PECS
- PMLD
- ASD
- East London
- SEND
- EDB
- Emotional and Behavioural difficulties
- Moderate and Severe learning difficulties
- Speech and language communication difficulties


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